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Malaysian Business Awards picks top local and international companies this year

The awards were handed via digital and studio awards presentations.

Businesses etch unique grooves that help enterprises commence new ways of thinking—and living—that benefits the society.

In recognition of companies and startups that have made tremendous strides in their innovative projects and practices that greatly enhanced their businesses, the Malaysia National & International Business Awards has announced the winning companies for this year via digital and studio event launch.

Presented by Singapore Business Review, the winning companies were also accompanied by virtual interviews as they shared their thoughts about winning the prestigious awards programme.

This year’s nominations were chosen by an elite panel of judges consisting of Tan Hooi Beng, Deputy Tax Leader and International Tax Leader at Deloitte; Ngu Heng Sing, Executive Director, Advisory at KPMG in Malaysia; Pam Lee, Executive Director, Advisory at BDO; Dato’ Robert Teo, Managing Partner at RSM; Esther Yap, Partner, Audit at Mazars; and T S TEOH, Country Deputy Managing Partner at ShineWing TY TEOH.

Congratulations to all the winners!

Malaysia National Business Award

Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad - Banking
Bountiful Ventures Sdn Bhd - Consumer Products (Non-Durables)
Boustead DCNS Naval Corporation Sdn. Bhd. - Aerospace & Defense
Empada Sdn Bhd - Oil & Gas
Hong Leong MSIG Takaful Bhd - Business Insurance
Myclass technologies sdn bhd - Education
Nature Farm Enterprise Sdn Bhd - Food & Beverage

Malaysia International Business Award

Adient Automotive Seating (M) Sdn Bhd - Automotive Services
Allianz Malaysia Berhad - Life Insurance
Besi Apac Sdn Bhd - Energy
Consus Global Sdn Bhd - Consulting
Hamilton Sundstrand Customer Support Centre (M) Sdn Bhd - Aerospace
Intel Microelectronics Sdn Bhd - IoT
OCBC Bank (Malaysia) Berhad - Banking

If you would like to join the 2022 awards and be acclaimed for your company’s exceptional projects and innovations, please email Danica Avila at danica@charltonmediamail.com

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